Denominator = numerator * 6.
It is 10/100.
There is no special name for such fractions.
The answer is 10 because if you multiply the numerator by 10 that would be 10 over 10 which is one.
the value of the denominator is twice that of the numerator (i.e. 1/2, 2/4, 3/6). Or, in other words, the numerator value is "half" that of the denominator value.
It would be two fifths turned into tenths which is two tenths - (when you turn fifths into tenths, you multiply it by 2 so you do the same with the numerator.) You do not change the denominator so you subtract the numerators 2-1=1. The answer is one tenth.
A tenth and one tenth are the same thing.
So we could be working with "one tenth " metre, "one tenth" inch or even "one tenth" banana.
One tenth of one
They both have the same numerator.
No. Half of one tenth is 1/20. To get 1/5 take two 'one tenth's ie twice of one tenth is one fifth.
To get the decimal, divide the numerator of the fraction by the denominator. If the decimal runs to more than one place, then you have to round it to one decimal place.
one half is 1 over 2 so the numerator is 1
what is half of one tenth
The answer depends on one tenth of WHAT! One tenth of an ounce? of a cup? of a pound?
One tenth of one hundred is ten.
Deci- As in "decimeter" - one tenth of a meter, or "decibel" - one tenth of a bel.
One tenth of a dollar is ten cents. One tenth of a dime is one cent.